Boston, MA (June 21, 2016)—Storage and information management services company Iron Mountain has appointed Greg Parkin as director of digital solutions for Iron Mountain Entertainment Services.
In his new role, Parkin will be responsible for all Iron Mountain Entertainment Services studio operations in Los Angeles, New York, Nashville and Boyers, PA.
“As a 10-year client of Iron Mountain, I am excited to join the Iron Mountain Entertainment Services team,” states Parkin. “I look forward to contributing as much as I can in the missions and endeavors of the Entertainment Services division.”
Parkin joins Iron Mountain from Capitol Studios, where he held leadership positions in sales, marketing and operations. In 2007, Parkin was asked to lead studio, mastering and archiving operations for EMI North America as vice president of studios and archives. During this time, he oversaw a complete overhaul of the famed Capitol Studio A. Leading a team of 30 engineers and executives, he built out writer rooms for EMI Publishing and redefined the high-resolution capture process for the EMI Archive, and also delivered a brand and experiential overhaul of the studio offerings, including business and consumer offerings. Parkin, who started out in the music industry in 1991 as a drummer in the burgeoning ska music scene of Orange County, has also served on several advisory boards, including the L.A. Recording School and L.A. Film School.
Jeff Anthony, vice president, Iron Mountain Entertainment Services, says, “Our clients rely on us to have both the right technology and services and the right expertise to help them with their needs…Greg’s diverse experience and skills make him a natural fit to lead our studio operations, and we look forward to welcoming him to our team in this capacity.”